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Judson Social Work department to screen Eyes on the Prize Feb 14

The Judson College Social Work Program will be hosting a marathon viewing of the PBS network series Eyes on the Prize, a documentary about the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. Originally aired on the PBS network and in the United Kingdom on BBC2, the series uses archival footage and interviews of participants and opponents of the […]

Judson voice students to compete in Feb. 20 Teachers of Singing competition

The Music Department at Judson College will send six voice students to the Alabama State National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) competition. This year’s voice competition will be in the Moody Music Building at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa on Friday, Feb. 20. Judson College voice majors and voice minors will travel to […]

Author Erin Davis to speak at Christian Emphasis Week

For seventy years, the Judson community has set aside a week during the spring semester to focus on spiritual growth.  This speaker for this year’s Christian Emphasis Week, which will take place on January 27-29, is author and blogger Erin Davis. Davis is the founder of Graffiti Ministries and the author of thirteen books, including […]

Judson to offer wellness initiatives through Scale Back Alabama

Judson College will once again serve as a public site for Scale Back Alabama, a free statewide weight-loss program designed to encourage Alabamians to get healthy and to have fun while doing it. This is the seventh consecutive year that Judson has served as a public site, allowing local community members can monitor their weekly […]

Judson College receives Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has selected Judson College to receive the 2015 Community Engagement Classification. Judson is one of only 361 colleges and universities in the nation, and the only independent college in the state of Alabama, to hold this important designation. As recipient of the 2015 Carnegie Engagement Classification, Judson […]

IT Update: Student email migration complete

A different link has been created for students to use to check e-mail. The link will be located on the main menu (red button navigation menu) of the Judson website, the myJudson Students page, and inside the Student Portal in CAMS. The link to the new email site is: http://outlook.com/owa/JudsonCollege.onmicrosoft.com. To log in: Type your e-mail address in the Office365 login […]

IT Update: E-mail Migration

Faculty and Staff: Migration went well over the weekend.  When you first click the Outlook icon on your desktop, you may get a message stating that Outlook needs to restart because of changes on the server.  Let it close and reopen.  If you have any issues please let Traci Foster know as soon as possible. There is […]

Daves Highway to perform at Judson College Dec. 20th

Judson College will host Daves Highway, a Mississippi-based trio of siblings Delaney, Zachary, and Erika Daves, in Alumnae Auditorium on December 20th at 6:30p.m. Daves Highway gained a large online following after posting some home video performances on YouTube and Facebook in 2009. Since then, the trio has released 2 studio CDs and has made […]

Winter Sale at The Vault!

For anyone headed to Marion for Christmas Tea and Vespers tomorrow, The Vault (Judson’s bookstore) will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. If you’re coming as a prospective student, there’ll be a little meet-and-greet event for you there at the end of your campus tour! Check out the items in The Vault’s Winter Sale, […]

Judson Eagles win South Region Sportsmanship Award at NCCAA tournament

At the the 2014 NCCAA South Region Women’s Soccer Tournament, held November 21-22 at Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Ga., the Judson College soccer team won the South Region Sportsmanship Award. “The Sportsmanship Award is given to the team showing great sportsmanship throughout the entire season, as the team receiving the fewest cautions during the season,” […]